Ancestry Researchers


Anglo-India Cultural Memory Lane

Archive CD Books Online

Army Lists
When you get to the website — click on the tab for Library at the top of the page. Just below the library tab click on Family History Library Catalog. Then you get a choice of types of record searches, one of which is Keyword. Other include places, surnames, film number, subject, etc.

Associations and Societies

Borthwick Institute of Historical Research

British & Indian Armed Forces
(for Ancestors & relatives who served during WWI and WWII)

British Ancestors in India Society

British Ancestors in India Website

British Army Officers & Soldiers — holding India Office papers

British Army Roll of Regiments
44th Regiment of Foot

British Empire In India – pre-1857 documents

British Empire In India — Articles

British In India: Background Information

British Library

British Newspaper Library

British Newspapers & Newsline “ARCHIVES”

British Telecom Archives

Census Reports in India
Latrobe University, Melbourne, Australia

Centre For Indian Military History

Church Records, Baptisms, Marriages, Burials In Colonial India

Colonial India – Digital Historical Collection

Commonwealth War Graves Commission

Commonwealth War Graves Commission. For those who died serving the Commonwealth during WWI and WWII

Corporation of London Record Office

Durham Light Infantry Records
Service In India records

European Cemeteries in India

Families in British India Society

Family History in India

Family Search: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints

Family Trees – Research;;

Federation of Family History Societies

General Register Office for Scotland

Guild of One Name Studies

Guildhall Library

Hodson Index, Indian Army Information

Immigration Museum, Malbourne, Australia

Immigration Passenger Lists — AUSTRALIA
Public Records Office, Victoria

Imperial War Museum

India Paper Collections, The, National Library of Scotland

India, Raj and Empire India, Raj and Empire provides documents pertaining to the History of South Asia between the foundation of the East India Company in 1615 and the granting of independence to India and Pakistan in 1947. The database includes original manuscript material, comprising diaries and journals, official and private papers, letters, sketches, paintings and original Indian documents containing histories and literary works. Documents are arranged around the following themes: The East India Company: Government and Administration c.1750-1857; Agriculture and Trade c.1750-1857; Society, Travel and Leisure c.1750 -1857; The Mysore and Maratha Wars; Indian Uprising 1857-58; The Raj: British Government and Administration of India after 1858; Agriculture and Trade after 1858; Society, Travel and Leisure after 1858; and India: Literature, History and Culture.

India-L Mailing List

India-L Mailing List (To Subscribe)

London Metropolitan Archives

Maps Of British India

National Archives of Ireland

National Archives of Scotland

National Archivest, The

New Zealand Society of Genealogists

Newspaper Library

Oriental & India Office Collection

Passages To India – Sylvia Murphy’s Website
Genealogy Resources In British India

Public Records Office of Northern Ireland

Regimental Ranks, Appointments & Trades

Resource for Geneologists, Historians, Adoptees, Missing People. Registration required (free)

Royal Commonwealth Ex-Services League

Royal Signals Corps
Databse for serving members. Many links to The Raj rule in India

Schools & Colleges In India — classmates & alumni

Scottish Cultural Resources (free search on British Empire In India)

Society of Genealogists

Summary Information For Genealogists

The General Registry Office of Northern Ireland

The Indiaman Magazine Research Resources

Whereabouts of Anglo-Indians

WILLS – Deciphering old wills